- Why is my countertop oven not cooking like it should?
- Why isn't my countertop oven heating like it should?
- Why does my counter top oven take longer than it should to cook?
- Poor results when cooking with the countertop oven
Steps to Verify Issue:
- Verify correct cooking mode is selected.
- Ensure door is not opened during use.
- Opening the door for approximately ten seconds will cause the temperature to drop approximately 25 degrees Fahrenheit (14 degrees Celsius).
- Verify the door was not left ajar during use.
- The door has a feature that allows it to be left partially open, primarily for use in the Broil mode.
- Verify food is fully thawed before placing in oven.
- Do not wrap food in aluminum foil.
- Foil can insulate foods and slow down heating.
- Verify the rack is in the best position to center the food in the oven.
- A countertop oven will cook more efficiently than a full-size oven.
- The actual temperature in the oven may be lower than the temperature setting, but will cook the same as a full-size oven set to that temperature setting.
- Under most settings, the highest temperature that can be selected is 450°F.
- In Broil mode, the HI setting is 550°F/288°C and the LO setting is 450°F/232°C.
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